Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
begs 3
beguiled 1
beguiles 1
begun 56
behalf 29
behave 22
behaved 1
Frequency    [«  »]
56 adored
56 animated
56 applicable
56 begun
56 behooves
56 blotted
56 choosing
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

begun

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | impossible for anything ~to have begun to exist; and thus even 2 1, 23 | cannot be said that ~anything begun in us can be the reason 3 1, 43 | Heb. 2:3, ~"which having begun to be declared by the Lord, 4 1, 46 | Therefore it must have begun.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 5 1, 46 | and certain countries have begun to be inhabited at some 6 1, 67 | seasons, and years recorded as begun on ~the fourth day, in the 7 1, 70 | may be understood to have begun on that first day. But ~ 8 1, 74 | distinguishing the waters was only begun on that day, but perfected 9 1, 43 | Heb. 2:3, ~"which having begun to be declared by the Lord, 10 1, 47 | Therefore it must have begun.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 11 1, 47 | and certain countries have begun to be inhabited at some 12 1, 68 | seasons, and years recorded as begun on ~the fourth day, in the 13 1, 71 | may be understood to have begun on that first day. But ~ 14 1, 73 | distinguishing the waters was only begun on that day, but perfected 15 2, 9 | must, of necessity, have begun, through something ~moving 16 2, 65 | familiar colloquy with Him, is begun here, in ~this life, by 17 2, 69 | meanwhile they are, in a manner, begun, even in this life. ~Because 18 2, 85 | impassibility of glory, which was begun in Him, and by ~Him acquired 19 2, 103 | mystery of Christ had already begun, but was not as ~yet consummated. 20 2, 109 | although it is already begun in the mind, ~is not yet 21 2, 113 | perfect; ~because "charity begun merits increase, and when 22 2, 4 | whereby eternal life is begun in us, ~making the intellect 23 2, 5 | consummated, which happiness was ~begun in their will by hope and 24 2, 9 | as the reward; ~which is begun in this life, and is perfected 25 2, 16 | thing, ~that He Who hath begun a good work in you, will 26 2, 26 | although after we have begun to love our ~friend, we 27 2, 31 | whereas if it has already begun to reach the ears of several 28 2, 63 | accomplish what they had begun, while sometimes He allows 29 2, 66 | desisting from what he had begun he seems to turn ~his back [ 30 2, 104 | gratefully, has already begun to pay it back: ~and that 31 2, 126 | what one has confidently ~begun. In this respect Tully mentions " 32 2, 137 | attain the end of each work begun, and avoid whatever perils 33 2, 151 | His temple which thou hast begun ~to be."~Aquin.: SMT SS 34 2, 180 | passion, and let contemplation begun here remain until I ~come, 35 3, 7 | Heb. 2:3,4: "Which having begun to be declared by the Lord 36 3, 15 | that He is said to have 'begun to grow ~sorrowful and to 37 3, 16 | what was not always, has begun to be. Therefore this Man, 38 3, 28 | perfection in Christ, but was begun after a fashion in His Virgin 39 3, 38 | that our faith "having begun to be ~declared by the Lord, 40 3, 38 | accomplished by the bridegroom is ~begun by the bridesman," i.e. 41 3, 47 | which they had already begun to ~celebrate. or, as Chrysostom 42 3, 49 | with God, as if ~God had begun anew to love us, since it 43 3, 53 | because the sun had ~already begun to brighten the sky. Hence 44 3, 65 | preserves the healing which was begun by Penance.~Aquin.: SMT 45 3, 68 | in perfecting what was begun outwardly. Therefore the 46 3, 70 | as yet believers had not begun to be united together apart ~ 47 3, 72 | Acts 11:15): "When I had begun to speak, the ~Holy Ghost 48 3, 76 | Christ's body has already begun to be in this sacrament 49 3, 83 | after the consecration is ~begun, for instance, when the 50 3, 83 | cannot finish the ~mystery begun, let it be free for the 51 3, 83 | consecration of the office thus begun. For nothing else is suitable ~ 52 3, 83 | the consecration has ~been begun the priest remembers that 53 3, 83 | him to interrupt the mass begun, ~especially if he has broken 54 Suppl, 13| sin, viz. by him who has begun to make satisfaction, and 55 Suppl, 48| 2~Reply OBJ 4: Marriage begun corresponds to marriage 56 Suppl, 73| Christ has our resurrection begun, and His ~resurrection is


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License